Golf Rankings for Deutsche Bank Championship at DraftKings #DFG
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Golf Rankings for Deutsche Bank Championship at DraftKings #DFG

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Before you put your cash on the line I'll offer my Top Values and Steals in this space every week, specifically geared to help build a winning DraftKings squad. I'll also give you my Overpriced golfers to avoid.

Golf Rankings Top 30 for This Week

Hunter Mahan [My rank seventh, DK salary 10th]

After struggling for much of the season, Mahan has finished T15 at Firestone, T7 at the PGA and won last week at The Barclays. Over the last three years at TPC Boston, Mahan has notched two finishes inside the top 15.

Brendon Todd [My rank ninth, DK salary 33rd]

Todd is playing TPC Boston for the first time and he's been a mixed bag all season. His victory at the Byron Nelson back in mid-May sparked a run of six consecutive finishes of 17th or better that included four top-fives. Since then, Todd hasn't managed a result better than 45th in four attempts.

Ernie Els [My rank 16th, DK salary 21st]

Els has recently finished T7 at the PGA and T5 at The Barclays. He's placed 30th or better each of the last four years at TPC Boston with a pair of top-20s.

Ryan Moore [My rank 19th, DK salary 25th]

Moore finished 12th or better in four straight starts until a T40 at the PGA and missing the cut at The Barclays. He finished T5 at TPC Boston in 2011 and 2012 but only managed to place 75th last year.

Overpriced

Bubba Watson [My rank 17th, DK salary ninth]

Watson has only managed one finish better than 30th in his last seven starts of the season. Over the last eight years, Bubba owns just two top-30s at TPC Boston.

Jimmy Walker [My rank 23rd, DK salary 17th]

Walker is coming off a missed cut at The Barclays and has missed three cuts in five chances at TPC Boston.

Martin Kaymer [My rank 29th, DK salary 19th]

Kaymer played TPC Boston for the first time last year and finished T47. Since winning the U.S. Open he's missed two cuts in four Tour starts and hasn't done any better than a T56.

My lineups for the Deutsche Bank Championship

Studs and Scrubs 1

Studs and Scrubs 2

Balanced

Henrik Stenson $10,200

Jim Furyk $9,500

Hunter Mahan $8,900

Ernie Els $7,600

Ryan Moore $7,100

Brendon Todd $6,600

Rory McIlroy $12,300

Phil Mickelson $9,400

Ernie Els $7,600

Ryan Moore $7,100

Marc Leishman $7,000

Brendon Todd $6,600

Jason Day $9,800

Jim Furyk $9,500

Hunter Mahan $8,900

Bill Haas $8,300

Kevin Chappell $6,800

Brendon Todd $6,600

Todd has cooled but lately, but there's no reason why he should be so cheap. I have him inside my top 10 coming off a good start last week at The Barclays that was spoiled over the weekend.

Results from The Barclays

Balanced

Studs and Scrubs 2

Studs and Scrubs 1

Jim Furyk 86.5 points

Matt Kuchar 97

Jason Day 107.5

Marc Leishman 19

Bill Haas 74

Jason Kokrak 59.5

Rickie Fowler 82.5 points

Hunter Mahan 117.5

Lee Westwood 64

Kevin Streelman 69.5

Fredrik Jacobson 18.5

Bill Haas 74

Rory McIlroy 70 points

Rickie Fowler 74

Kevin Streelman 69.5

Fredrik Jacobson 18.5

Bill Haas 74

Jason Kokrak 59.5

104th out of 1,880

443.5 points

187th out of 1,880

426 points

668 out of 1,880

374 points

Two lineups finished in the money. I owned Haas across the board and he delivered a top-15

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